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#41 Bulletbob22

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Posted 28 March 2017 - 11:24 PM

That IS at 28. This was with NO trades

My bad, thought I was seeing the 1st mock you had where we traded back.  ;)


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Posted 29 March 2017 - 12:24 AM

Just for kicks I did 2 simulated drafts on FanSpeak and had some fun. I stick to my one and done but I sure like the #2 FanSpeak draft I did. Very solid.

 

FanSpeak Draft #1
 

28: R1P28

CB FABIAN MOREAU

UCLA

 

60: R2P28

EDGE T.J. WATT

WISCONSIN

 

92: R3P28

LB KENDELL BECKWITH

LSU

 

133: R4P26

OT ERIK MAGNUSON

MICHIGAN

 

211: R6P27

S JADAR JOHNSON

CLEMSON

 

228: R7P10

G AVIANTE COLLINS

TCU

 

246: R7P28

WR RICKY SEALS-JONES

TEXAS A&M

 

 

FanSpeak Draft #2
 

28: R1P28

EDGE CHARLES HARRIS -

Step slower than I'd like but Taco won't be there. Concerns vs the run but nice talent that Marinelli can mold

MISSOURI
 

60: R2P28

S JOSH JONES
Solid box safety that likes to hit almost to a fault. Good coaching will keep him focused.

NC STATE
 

92: R3P28

CB RASUL DOUGLAS
Sitting and watching a year will do this young man some good. Nice size and ball skills. Will get beat by speed.

WEST VIRGINIA
 

133: R4P26

QB JOSHUA DOBBS

Reminds me of Dak a little bit. Especially his ability to run.

TENNESSEE
 

211: R6P27

WR ROBERT DAVIS

Tall 6"3" and fast 4.4/40 with a nice vert 41" but avg 3 cone. Nice package if coached up right.

GEORGIA STATE

 

228: R7P10

LB MARQUEL LEE

RoMac traits (big and nasty). Hopefully without the apathy. Could be a sleeper pick. What's not to like?

WAKE FOREST

 

246: R7P28

TE DARRELL DANIELS

Freak athlete as a pass catcher. Needs work on his blocking. Could be scary, for the other team.

WASHINGTON


 
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Posted 31 March 2017 - 02:37 AM

Having too much fun with the simulator...

 

28: R1P28

CB FABIAN MOREAU
Possible late start to the season (with torn pec injury) but the future looks bright with this dude.

UCLA

 

60: R2P28

CB SIDNEY JONES
Possible bench warmer for 2017 but oh man, imagine him and Moreau for 2018…*chills*

WASHINGTON

 

92: R3P28

EDGE DEMARCUS WALKER
Nice rotational guy for Marinate that can flash.

FLORIDA STATE

 

133: R4P26

QB JOSHUA DOBBS
Can make all the throws and built like Dak 6’ 3”/215 and can make plays with his feet. Accuracy questions with the long ball.

TENNESSEE

 

211: R6P27

JADAR JOHNSON

Good size 6’ 1”/208 and ok speed 4.6/40 with decent ball skills.

CLEMSON

 

228: R7P10

WR ROBERT DAVIS

6’ 3”, 4.40/40, 41” vert, 11’ 4” standing long jump – could be special with coaching.

GEORGIA STATE

 

246: R7P28

RB DE'ANGELO HENDERSON
Nice little (5’7”) third down back with no fear and quick in space.

COASTAL CAROLINA


 
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Posted 01 April 2017 - 12:14 AM

Last FanSpeak Sim. Promise  :lol:

 

28: R1P28

MARCUS WILLIAMS

Good field vision and ball skills. Earl Thomas part deux?

UTAH

 

60: R2P28

CB FABIAN MOREAU

Steal at 60 even though he will be late starter for the season recovering from the torn pec surgery. *looks for the cops*

UCLA

 

92: R3P28

EDGE DEMARCUS WALKER

Boy can play OK? With leadership skills and who doesn’t like Mamba Mode?

FLORIDA STATE

 

133: R4P26

QB JOSHUA DOBBS

Can make the all the throws and makes plays with his feet. Long ball accuracy concerns. Nice camp competition.

TENNESSEE

 

211: R6P27

LB MARQUEL LEE

RoMac-like stud looking to stone a foolish RB. And another LEE!

WAKE FOREST

 

228: R7P10

WR ROBERT DAVIS

Track and catch skills (With hands!). Can get yards after the catch. Smooth! Solid #2 or Slot monster. Julio Jones part deux?

GEORGIA STATE

 

246: R7P28

RB DE'VEON SMITH

Good solid runner with size (5’11” 225) but no fancy moves like Zeke’s (jump step). Good vision.

MICHIGAN


 
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Posted 06 April 2017 - 05:20 AM

I know I said the last one was my final but I FINALLY got the TACO I wanted at 28 on that damn simulator. 10th time is the charm I guess. I'm going to trust that either Collins or Green works out at the RT Tackle spot or they find a camp body as a UDFA. With Witt signed for the next 4 years, Swaim (hopefully) coming back healthy and RRRRRRico waiting in the wings, we're set for TE. Instead of going QB at 133, this time I went RB since both Morris and DMac are on 1 yr contracts and ya never know what can happen with that knucklehead Elliott.  :P

 

28: R1P28 

EDGE TACO CHARLTON – 6’6” 280

“Charlton is an ascending prospect with the size, length, athleticism and pass-rushing potential that NFL general managers dream of.”

MICHIGAN

 

60: R2P28 

S JOSH JONES – 6’1” 220

“Jones is a height-weight-speed prospect to be sure, but he's not just a traits-based safety. Jones has the appetite for hitting that teams will want around the box and he has the speed and ball skills to range and help against vertical threats from a deep safety spot.”

NC STATE

 

92: R3P28 

CB RASUL DOUGLAS – 6’2” 210

“Tall, sporting an angular frame with good overall length. Very aware from zone coverage. Will roll out of his coverage area and overlap in order to make a play. Reads quarterbacks drops and will break early to race ahead of slants and make a play on the throw. Finisher when the ball is there to be had and flashed ball skills of a pro. Plays with strong hands. Able to go up high and win the 50-50 balls and needs very little time to have hands interception-ready.”

WEST VIRGINIA

 

133: R4P26 

RB JAMAAL WILLIAMS – 6’0” 215

”Carries NFL size with a muscular build and good height. Able to bend at point of impact and attack with decent leverage. Uses his stiff arm as a weapon to escape tackles on an angle. Decisive runner. Sees it and goes. Not into dancing. Has a functional spin move he uses to spin out of tackles and grind out a few extra yards. Keeps his feet churning through contact.  Above average ball security with a fumble rate of 140 (one fumble every 140 carries).”

BRIGHAM YOUNG

 

211: R6P27 

DT PATRICK GAMBLE – 6’5” 280

“Plus physical traits to play 5-technique with exceptionally long arms and big hands. Plays with adequate punch and shed ability at point of attack. Gets arm extension and slides down the line of scrimmage mirroring runner when able. Decent athlete. Shows ability to disengage and range down the line using his length to make a tackle. Has good pursuit speed and motor. Former defensive end who has begun to grasp technique needed to play inside. Able to get skinny into the gaps against zone plays. “

GEORGIA TECH

 

228: R7P10 

QB ALEK TORGERSEN – 6’3” 230

“California talent and Ivy League intelligence is a good combination for an NFL prospect, and he's become one of the most decorated players in Penn history. Three-year starter with fit build and NFL size. Athletic with success in zone-read. Keeps ball tucked high and tight pre-delivery. Has big, strong hands to pump and reload if he spies late trouble. Ball comes out of his hand with tight spiral and good velocity. Gets it out quick if pressure flashes suddenly. Throws with touch on deep balls. Naturally accurate and throws with confidence between the hashes.”

PENNSYLVANIA

 

246: R7P28 

WR JONATHAN ”BUG” HOWARD – 6’4” 225

“Big target with sure hands. Has just four drops over his four seasons at North Carolina. Finds open areas against zone and sits quickly while opening to find the pass. Long frame can lock into cornerbacks and neutralizes them as a run blocker. Willing to work middle of the field and can secure catch through contact. Lack of special teams experience is an obstacle he may have to overcome to make a roster.”

NORTH CAROLINA


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Posted 08 April 2017 - 01:44 AM

MOCK SHOWDOWN

 

DC Staff Writers vs the Bullet!

 

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I'll probably get a whuppin from one of the mods fer this but... :lol:


 
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Posted 10 April 2017 - 01:23 AM

Just my opinion, I know, but I'd have to agree with my brother's opinion that a defense that was torched so badly by Clemson in a game that mattered, why are there 3 possible projected 1st rounders?  I'm only comfortable with one, Hooker, and he'll be gone quicker that you can blink. I also am not too high on Taco.  The funny thing is that I probably wouldn't mind picking Taco or Conley, but not 1 & 2.  3 & 4 wouldn't bother me as much, but there are too many other players I'm more comfortable with.  For me, game film is the #1 priority.  I don't like the idea of "he might be good."  I want "Wow! did you see that?"



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Posted 10 April 2017 - 04:23 AM

Just my opinion, I know, but I'd have to agree with my brother's opinion that a defense that was torched so badly by Clemson in a game that mattered, why are there 3 possible projected 1st rounders?  I'm only comfortable with one, Hooker, and he'll be gone quicker that you can blink. I also am not too high on Taco.  The funny thing is that I probably wouldn't mind picking Taco or Conley, but not 1 & 2.  3 & 4 wouldn't bother me as much, but there are too many other players I'm more comfortable with.  For me, game film is the #1 priority.  I don't like the idea of "he might be good."  I want "Wow! did you see that?"

 

Yea, you make a good point but 'college' game film was never really a huge deal with me. On every team you have your stars, and you have role-players. I am about the measurables and how I think a particular player would fit synergistically in the Cowboys scheme alongside our current roster. It's how I felt about Dak and especially about Elliott last year and several other players who are still on the roster today (Tyron, Zach, A. Hitchins) to name a few. I mean, not to put too fine a point on it, Romo went undrafted but he fit well with what we had (scheme-wise) at the time he started playing so synergistically it kind of clicked. Was it lightning in a bottle? Maybe, but I think it was more about scheme fit and measurables.

 

Look, at 28 there isn't really going to be a monster anything there waiting for us but I really believe with the proper NFL coaching, guys like Taco can really shine as solid role players especially if there is a David Irving crashing the middle along with Collins/Paea and Mayowa/Lawrence on the other side. I don't see the next Reggie White in Taco because he doesn't have the burst that I like from a great DE (based on the measurables). It (pass rush) could really be special with him in the mix, or it could be MEH which is what we had last year for pass rush but I'd like to see what Marinelli can get out of a guy with his athleticism and size.  :)


 
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Posted 13 April 2017 - 07:47 AM

Uh oh, got bored and the FanSpeak Gods were kind…

 

28: R1P28

CB KEVIN KING

WASHINGTON

 

60: R2P28

S JOSH JONES

NC STATE

 

92: R3P28

EDGE DAESHON HALL

TEXAS A&M

 

133: R4P26

RB BRIAN HILL

WYOMING

 

211: R6P27

LB ELIJAH LEE

KANSAS STATE

 

228: R7P10

WR RODNEY ADAMS

SOUTH FLORIDA

 

246: R7P28

QB ALEK TORGERSEN

PENNSYLVANIA


 
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Posted 25 April 2017 - 01:21 AM

For alternatives at P#28 if available because speed kills and Taco is projected to go in the top 15 (I don't see it):

Jabrill Peppers

Chris McCaffrey

Welp, I guess I can cross out Peppers. Not waving the flag anymore unless some information comes back saying he has a history of abnormal creatinine levels...

 

http://www.nfl.com/n...r-dilute-sample


 
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Posted 26 April 2017 - 06:10 AM

Last sim before the draft!

 

28: R1P28 

EDGE T.J. WATT (30 visit)

Very similar measurables as his brother JJ during his combine. JJ had more upper body strength but the speed and burst are there.

WISCONSIN

 

60: R2P28 

CB QUINCY WILSON (30 visit)

“Big and physical. Very competitive. Willing to accept challenge of taking on a team's top wideout. Uses play strength to overcome some athletic and speed deficiencies. Can maul receivers off line of scrimmage and eliminate them from a route if they don't get clean release against his press. Plus anticipation in coverage. Makes quick reads on in-breaking routes and attacks in front of the route. Finished career with six interceptions. Responsive to play-action keys. Good feel for when to step downhill as tackler. Plays off perimeter blocks quickly. Willing to stick his nose in as a tackler. Willing to be the hammer and not just the nail when it comes to challenging running backs.

FLORIDA

 

92: R3P28 

JUSTIN EVANS (30 visit)

“Has feet and hips for easy toggle between backpedal and angled shuffle as high safety. Ball skills of a slot receiver. Plays with excellent passion for the game. Can snare at the highest point thanks to well-timed leaps, great arm extension and supple hands. Big accelerator to close out crossing routes and disrupt the passing lane. Very good plant-and-go twitch. Looks to make plays taking aggressive routes to the ball. Logged four interceptions and seven pass breakups as a senior. Fast with ability to range over the top from high safety. Seeks out collisions and doesn't shrink from contact. Completely laid-out Alabama's Derrick Henry during hit in 2015 game. Wrap-up tackler who explodes into target and runs his feet through the finish.

TEXAS A&M

 

133: R4P26 

RB JAMES CONNER

“Physical, battering-ram style runner who makes the hitting a two-way affair. Arm tackles are a waste of time. Carries heavy momentum behind pads at finish. Drops shoulder to punish final tackler. Uses wicked stiff-arm to punch and swat tacklers to the ground. Creates for himself through brute force. Natural power in lower half. Doesn't need a clean point of entry for aggressive, downhill charge. Excellent contact balance despite heavy shots on his legs. Short-yardage specialist who can move the chains and score touchdowns. Willing to leave his feet and sacrifice body near goal line. Willing blocker in pass pro and showed ability to come out of backfield in wheel routes, swing passes and outs.”

PITTSBURGH

 

211: R6P27 

CB GAREON CONLEY (30 visit)

Hey, he was there and I took em. Yea yea I know, but he wasn’t charged or arrested and the girl refused to speak to cops as I was doing this sim so… GREAT PICK!

OHIO STATE

 

228: R7P10 

OT SAM TEVI

“Has starting experience at both left and right tackles. Displays good foot quickness in his pass sets and operates from consistent base width. Able to meet speed at the edge in pass protection. Converted defensive tackle and has a little bit of edge in his play. Downblocks have some kick in them. Works well with guards. Big hands with decent strength.

UTAH

 

246: R7P28 

QB ALEK TORGERSEN

(Check previous mocks for write up)

PENN


 
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Posted 28 April 2017 - 03:24 AM

 

FYI - "One & Done" was indicative of my frustration with the team's performance in the playoffs and not based on the number of possible mocks I was going to do.
 
2017 Edition
 
Rnd   Pick               Player                       Position     School              Height   Weight
1          28   Vidauntae "Taco" Charlton*       DE              Michigan           6-5       272
2          60   Gareon Conley*                         CB             Ohio State         6-1       195
3          92   Kevin King                                 CB/S           Washington       6-3       192
4        123   Kendell Beckwith                        ILB             LSU                  6-2        245
6        155   Josh Reynolds                           WR             Texas A&M       6-4        190
7        186   Erik Magnuson                           OT             Michigan           6-4        303
7        218   Jamaal Williams                         RB              BYU                  6-1        220
 
*Junior
 
 

 

 

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Posted 01 May 2017 - 03:29 AM

Yup, and Conley projected in the 1st. But stranger things have happened (Dak in the 4th). Maybe King has a Dak moment and gets cited for public drunkenness or slapping a monkey or something (not stealing underwear and cologne though). Nothing criminal, but just enough to fall to the 3rd lol.

Woah, I know you were totally joking but it's as if you had a crystal ball.


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